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Teaching Reading through the side doors of:
Students learn phonics, reading, and spelling
they learn the alphabet, not afterwards.
learn phonics, reading, and spelling
they learn the keyboard.
resources: curriculum, samples, articles, anecdotes
"Read by Grade
Three" is a great slogan but what we need is a practical long
term research & development study with the accent on
development. To discover why "Read
by Grade Three" is an impossible quixotic dream, click here.
If you want to find out how our universities,
federal and state departments of education, literacy organizations,
might help achieve
Literacy by Age 15 in 25 years or Less
Articles by distinguished Educators
Goals AVKO has achieved:
We have found out what poor readers (particularly those with dyslexia and/or
dysgraphia) need to be taught (phonics, both basic phonics and advanced
phonics as well as graphics, context clues, writing
conventions, etc.) and what
techniques and materials will help teachers and parents do a better job of teaching
reading and spelling. Over 75% of the words dyslexics cannot read contain
phonic patterns never taught in regular schools. Conversely, over 75% of words containing these
patterns cannot be read by dyslexics.
We have categorized these patterns and organized them for easy teaching.
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